Wooden Sculpture Aims To Revive Social Interaction

Wooden Sculpture Aims To Revive Social Interaction

A canopy-shaped public art installation is designed to lure people in and spark conversation.

Naresh Kumar
  • 29 october 2010

Belgian artist Arne Quinze has designed a public artwork named Red Beacon which is made from 55 tons of wood. This canopy-shaped sculpture has been installed in a public park in Shanghai and aims to increase the social interaction between people by drawing their attention and luring them to the park.

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